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AN NCS INTERVIEW: RITUAL BUTCHERER (ARCHGOAT)

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DEVOURING STAR: “THROUGH LUNG AND HEART”:

[...] Star, they are a Finnish act that draw a sizable influence from the stylings and form of black metal that Deathspell Omega founded. However, I would venture to say the inspiration has more to do [...]

SHADES OF BLACK: FALSE, ACHERONTAS, DØDHEIMSGARD, VOLAHN, MISÞYRMING, GHOST BATH

[...] of listening and reading yesterday. It happens that all the items in this collection concern black metal, but black metal is a broad spectrum, and it happens that the music you’re about to hear is [...]

INTO INFERNUS: “THE END OF EDEN”

[...] everything in between, creating these huge symphonic death monsters that have just a hint of black metal to them — building gigantic worlds and massive lore books and then pulling from them for [...]

THE ORDER OF APOLLYON: “THE SWORD AND THE DAGGER”

[...] in Europe by Listenable Records, is The Sword and the Dagger. The band’s debut album seasoned death metal with elements of black metal, and the new album again displays a blending of those styles, [...]

SEEN AND HEARD: UNLEASHED, APOPHYS, THEOKTONY, GHOLD, HACAVITZ, SPECTRAL VOICE

[...] (and yes, I’m mentioning that because I think you should read it). “Requiem” is a death metal freight train with the throttle wide open, but I want to throw myself right in its [...]

AN NCS INTERVIEW: AWAY (VOIVOD)

[...] ? Away – We were totally out of synch with everything else going on at that time, be it the death metal in Tampa, black metal in Norway, or grunge. For us it was commercial, it’s some people’s [...]

ESSENTIAL ENTRIES: JANUARY 2015

[...] started out as the hard-hitting side project of Christopher Amott, playing blazing melodic death metal, and then transitioning to power/heavy metal. The latter was fine, but the earlier, heavier [...]

AN NCS PREMIERE: MEPHORASH — “Sfaíra Ti̱s Fo̱tiás”

[...] Ti̱s Fo̱tiás, and today we have the pleasure of helping to premiere a lyric video for its title track. For people like me, who have long admired the engraved illustrations of French artist Gustave [...]

SEEN AND HEARD: TOO DAMNED MANY NAMES TO LIST (AGAIN)

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SEEN AND HEARD: MORGOTH, NAR MATTARU, GEHENNAH, SELVANS, HEREZA

[...] Police recording sessions plus six recently re-recorded versions of older Gehennah output. The title track to the new release has been streaming for a few days and it’s an immediate grabber, a jet- [...]

WOULD YOU LIKE SOME DOOM WITH YOUR DOOM?

[...] of The Ancient Call” over at NPR. Listen here. If you’ve heard “Heavy Riders” or the title track, then you know this is traditional doom. I suppose detractors might call it “re-doom,” [...]

AN NCS PREMIERE: SEWERCIDE — “HYPOTHERMIA”

Talk about eye-catching cover art! What you’re looking at above is the creation of Tim Jacobus (Goosebumps) and it graces the new EP by Australia [...]

AN NCS PREMIERE: DEVATHORN — “DOCTRINA FIDE”

As we’ve noted more than once at this site, the last 12 months have produced a stunning number of stunning black metal releases from Greece, and the [...]

AN NCS PREMIERE: DECLINE OF THE I — “LE ROUGE, LE VIDE ET LE TORDU”

The French band Decline of the I are nearing the release of their second album, a seven-track work entitled Rebellion. We’ve paid close attention [...]

AN NCS PREMIERE: NEOLITH — “ENLIL”

One month ago we had the pleasure of premiering a decimating new song by the Polish band Neolith, a song named “Of Angel and His Orison” from the [...]

MASTERY: “VALIS”

[...] (Austin Weber reviews the debut album by a unique black metal band from the Bay Area named Mastery.) Looking [...]

GRIND YOUR HEART OUT

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AN NCS PREMIERE: IMPERIAL TRIUMPHANT — “KROKODIL”

[...] (Austin Weber introduces our premiere of a new song by NYC’s Imperial Triumphant from their forthcoming [...]

IMPERIAL TRIUMPHANT: “ABYSSAL GODS”

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AN NCS INTERVIEW: RITUAL BUTCHERER (ARCHGOAT)

[...] two would be the obvious biggest influences. Sonically where do you feel death metal ends and black metal begins? For me BLACK metal is about philosophy, and music comes second. If the music were more [...]

DEVOURING STAR: “THROUGH LUNG AND HEART”:

[...] Star, they are a Finnish act that draw a sizable influence from the stylings and form of black metal that Deathspell Omega founded. However, I would venture to say the inspiration has more to do [...]

SHADES OF BLACK: FALSE, ACHERONTAS, DØDHEIMSGARD, VOLAHN, MISÞYRMING, GHOST BATH

[...] of listening and reading yesterday. It happens that all the items in this collection concern black metal, but black metal is a broad spectrum, and it happens that the music you’re about to hear is [...]

INTO INFERNUS: “THE END OF EDEN”

[...] everything in between, creating these huge symphonic death monsters that have just a hint of black metal to them — building gigantic worlds and massive lore books and then pulling from them for [...]

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